Boone, North Carolina
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Disrupting Distraction: Can an app save lives?
It's a story of a tragic car crash, a brilliant idea, and hours of "up-all-night" coding. It's the story of the Mojo app; how a Boston tech start-up is using data, analytics, and outside-the-box thinking to disrupt a serious problem on today's roads: distracted driving.
This interactive dinner explored the role of distraction in today's society and on our roads and how young people can drive social change.
Presented by the Travelers Institute, Independent Insurance Agents of North Carolina, Appalachian State University's Brantley Risk and Insurance Center, NC Vision Zero, Gamma Iota Sigma at Appalachian State, Road to Zero, and the National Safety Council.
Joe Adelmann, TrueMotion Co-Founder & VP of Operations
Sneak Preview: TrueMotion
Imagine a World Without Car Crashes
Moderator: Joan Woodward, President Travelers Institute; Executive Vice President, Public Policy; Travelers
Jenny Burke, Senior Director of Advocacy, National Safety Council
Daniel Findley, Senior Research Associate, Adjunct Assistant Professor, North Carolina State University
Pete Gulbrandsen, Vice President and National Auto Lead, Personal Insurance, Travelers
Aubie Knight, Chief Executive Officer, Independent Insurance Agents of North Carolina
Tuesday, November 7th
5:15pm. Registration & Networking
5:45pm. Dinner Program
Appalachian State University
Plemmons Student Union Solarium
263 Locust Street
Boone, NC 28608